Year End Roundup, An Interview with Dr Joe Dispenza: Part II

Year End Roundup, An Interview with Dr Joe Dispenza:

Part II

Tim Shields | 03 January 2019

So how have you changed personally in the past year?

I think the biggest thing for me is that I am falling more in love with the work, with what we’re doing, and with our wonderful community of individuals. I am constantly thinking of new ways to stretch our culture in novel, methodical, and organized ways that are still within the realm of their acceptance—within the realm of the next level that they can stretch to and ultimately execute.

I really don’t want to do anything else. I’m not interested in keynotes or conferences and I’m not interested in events where it’s all theory and philosophy. I don’t want to talk about history—I want to make history. So I’m super humbled, honored, inspired, and in love with what we’re doing. We have great momentum and for the most part I’m waking up in my dream every day.

You’ve mentioned children’s hospitals being a place in which to bring the work. What do you see beyond that?

Children’s hospitals are a way for us to connect, work with and heal children who have not been responsive to typical treatments—innocent children who perhaps have a genetic disorder, a disease that has been signaled in utero or from birth, or they’ve had some type of trauma or injury. When our community can execute the “coherence healing” at a really consistent basis, reproduce a certain level of results, or produce a change by at least 50% of the time (that’s at least one out of two people), then based on those metrics, I want to work with physicians at certain children’s hospitals who are open-minded. We already have some hospitals that are interested in what we’re doing and I have a few solid relationships with researchers, including one out of M.I.T. So it’s a good possibility. We want nothing in return—just an opportunity to give life to another’s life. But we have to be consistent and competent with this work.

Once the people in our community see a little person, a little friend, a little patient struggling with cancer and receiving chemo, or challenged with the pain and discomfort that comes from a birth defect, I can’t imagine they won’t be able to just open their hearts with love, and it’s that power of love that heals. With young children, you’re not working against a lot subconscious hardwired programs and emotions from past experiences, so when we do this properly, we could really change the future of our young children…and that could change the world.

To do this, we’ll do the metrics and develop some statistics. Once we get the stats, I want to apply the work at these children’s hospitals. But I don’t want our community to go in there as spiritual people trying to do energy healing and so on. I want to walk in and say—here are our statistics, here’s our research, and this is the kind of results we’ve been getting. We don’t want any money, recognition, special privileges—all we want to do is help. That’s how we’re going to frame it.

At the last Advanced Workshop of the year in Cancun Mexico, 950 people were in attendance. The theme of the workshop was Upgrading the Human Operating System. What does that mean?

Very simply, if you’re plugged into the three-dimensional reality of your senses, the way that we evolve or change our gene expression is to overcome the conditions in our outer environment. When an organism is facing significant challenges and/or a high level of adversity like changes in climate, altitude, predators, available food or water, population fluctuations and so on, it becomes a process of adaption through trial and error—and that may take a long time for a particular species to succeed. A certain percent of the population of that species will become diminished because they weren’t able to overcome their environment. At the same time, a certain percentage of those organisms will make a different choice by modifying their behaviors, and when they do, they create a different experience.

The experience then produces chemical feedback from the senses and that’s chemical information coming from the environment. Over an extended period of time, that chemical information can reprogram genes. Because genes make proteins and proteins are responsible for structure and function, in a sense, new signals to new genes occur and the gene begins to modify the expression of protein. Since proteins are responsible for the structure and function of the body, physiological and structural changes begin to change the form and internal make-up of the organism’s body. This could perhaps result in thicker fur, better eyesight, more fast-twitch fibers in the muscles of the limbs to increase their speed to outrun predators, camouflage, and so on. Thus, the reason why the organism is adapting is because of feedback from the environment in the form of chemical information. Information that comes from a new experience through sensory feedback will cause the organism and future offspring to thrive in those same environmental conditions. This insures that the population of that species can live, survive, and thrive in those new conditions.

The problem is it may take thousands of exposures to the same conditions and/or thousands of years for that new behavior to become ingrained in the gene pool or in part of the community or species. It’s a matter of quite a bit of trial and error. So for a gene to be reprogrammed, it can take hundreds of thousands of years.

But the alternative is that if you can connect to a field of information called the quantum field—and you know how to interact with that energy and information—then once that door is open and you apply the formula, you can begin to cause more immediate changes in the biology of the organism. When you understand from a physiological standpoint how this happens, when you connect to that energy and the brain begins processing a new stream of information and a new energy, that energy is frequency and that frequency is carrying information. That energy and information is not coming from the three-dimensional reality of matter—it’s coming from the field, and it’s the field that changes matter.

When you demystify that process and give people a chance to apply it, the outcome is they feel better—their system works better and their body moves back to wholeness and oneness. The body restores itself because the signature of the quantum field is greater levels of order and oneness. When that can be translated to the body, because our cells are more receptive to electromagnetism than they are to chemistry, then the cells begin to get specific downloads of information or new instructions, and that download of information begins to reprogram the human operating system. As we discussed, the side effect is instantaneous changes from all kind of things, and the result is healings, mystical experiences, intuition, epiphanies, answers to problems that cannot be solved from the same level of consciousness that created it, and so on.

As we close out 2018 and begin 2019, is there anything you’d like to share with the community?

The only thing I would like to say is we are going somewhere. In 2018 we made great strides, covered a lot of territory, did great things, changed a lot of lives, and healed a lot of bodies, minds, and souls. We have not reached the end, we are just at the beginning. We’ve pierced a veil in consciousness or awareness. We’ve broken the four-minute mile. When you cross the four-minute mile, things begin to change because now it’s not just a footprint in the quantum—it’s an effect, such as blind people seeing, deaf people hearing, or a tumor shrinking. This is physical evidence that it is happening right before your eyes in 3D reality. Now other people can begin to latch on to the idea that if others can do it, so can I. Witnessing the tangible evidence in three-dimensional reality is when things begin to get really exciting because evidence speaks louder than words.

If you see someone who has a change in their body, experienced a miracle, created something out of nothing, or has done something supernatural—and you see that that person is no different than you—then just like when you cross that four-minute mile, there’s a shift in consciousness, and then everybody starts to cross it. That’s what I’m looking forward to, a new normal that’s accessible to everybody, not just a few or chosen people. For all of us, we are part of a living organism—a species of human beings—but we have not yet reached our full potential.

So I am really proud of our community, I’m proud of what we’re able to execute, and I’m proud of the new normal that is giving people permission to begin to realize it doesn’t matter if they are young, old, overweight, underweight, white, black, Asian, rich, poor—none of those labels matter. Those labels all amount to separation.

When we get better at this, when we reach our true potential, I think we’re really going to make a big difference in the world. That’s a living organism taking care of itself.

Tim Shields is the author of ‘A Curious Year in the Great Vivarium Experiment.’ Learn more or watch the trailer here.